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  • Taylor Swift's Shake It Off Video: A Dance Critic's Take

    Taylor Swift's Shake It Off Video: A Dance Critic's Take

    Yes, everyone knows that there is racism and misogyny in pop music. Fortunately, there's also humor

  • Afghan Officials Interrogate Times Correspondent

    Afghan Officials Interrogate Times Correspondent

    The Afghan attorney general's office called in a New York Times correspondent for questioning Tuesday, and later banned him from leaving the country, after The Times published a story about discussions among some officials of imposing an interim gove...

  • Afghan Government Bans American Journalist From Leaving Country

    Afghan Government Bans American Journalist From Leaving Country

    The Afghan attorney general's office has barred a New York Times reporter from leaving the country after the paper ran a story about ministry and palace officials discussing plans to form an interim government if an election deadlock continues.

  • Skewer Recipes for the Grill

    Skewer Recipes for the Grill

    You put something edible on a stick, add something to improve the flavor and hold it over a fire. That's cooking, on a primordial level.There are all kinds of cooking sticks. Some are made from bamboo or wood, and there are flat metal ones with ornate handles. I imagine that throughout history, when...

  • How to Make Great Stuffed and Grilled Flatbreads

    How to Make Great Stuffed and Grilled Flatbreads

    A grilled flatbread is an excellent thing. But a grilled stuffed flatbread is even better. Admittedly, it is discreet in its charms. The outside is plain, homely even. But tear off a piece, and the delights are revealed - in this case, salty pockets of feta and bits of fresh oregano leaf. They are f...

  • American Retailer Macy's to Pay $650,000 in Shopper-Profiling Probe

    American Retailer Macy's to Pay $650,000 in Shopper-Profiling Probe

    The retailer Macy's has agreed to pay $650,000 to settle allegations of racial profiling at its flagship store in Manhattan's Herald Square.

  • India's Human Pyramids Draw Crowds and Fears

    India's Human Pyramids Draw Crowds and Fears

    On a recent evening in south Mumbai, a group of men in matching jerseys had arranged themselves in concentric circles and were hoisting smaller boys up and up, until their bare feet balanced precariously on the rounded shoulders below.

  • Pakistanis Protest in Capital, Seeking Prime Minister's Resignation

    Pakistanis Protest in Capital, Seeking Prime Minister's Resignation

    Thousands of Pakistani opposition supporters, some armed with sticks and wire cutters, marched toward a fortified zone in the center of Islamabad on Tuesday to press their demands for the resignation of the prime minister.

  • Islamic State Claims to Have Beheaded Captive American James Foley

    Islamic State Claims to Have Beheaded Captive American James Foley

    The Islamic State posted a video on Tuesday that it said showed the beheading of James Foley, an American journalist who was kidnapped in Syria nearly two years ago, according to a transcript released by the SITE Intelligence Group.

  • Court Orders Release of Hunger-Striking Indian Activist

    Court Orders Release of Hunger-Striking Indian Activist

    A court in the northeastern Indian state of Manipur ordered the release of Irom Sharmila, an activist who has been imprisoned on charges of attempted suicide since she began a hunger strike nearly 14 years ago.

  • Missing Model Ataui Deng Found in New York Hospital

    Missing Model Ataui Deng Found in New York Hospital

    Sudanese model Ataui Deng, who went missing for nearly two weeks, has been found alive in a New York hospital, police said Tuesday.

  • Surviving Ebola, but Returning Home With a Stigma

    Surviving Ebola, but Returning Home With a Stigma

    The neighbors lined up, smiling and mouthing soft congratulations when the van pulled in bearing Jattu Lahai and her 2-year-old daughter.

  • Indian Colours, Floats Celebrate Independence Day in New York

    Indian Colours, Floats Celebrate Independence Day in New York

    The Indian-American community, wearing bright and colourful clothes, celebrated India's 68th Independence Day with a parade dancing down Manhattan's Madison Avenue Sunday. One of the main fashionable avenues of New York was a sea of Indian colours, c...

  • New Drug Helps Some Bald Patients Regrow Hair

    New Drug Helps Some Bald Patients Regrow Hair

    The first thing Brian H. noticed was that he could grow a real beard. It had been years since that had been possible, years he spent bedeviled by hair loss on his head, face, arms and legs.

  • India Cancels Talks After Pakistani Envoy Meets With Separatists

    India Cancels Talks After Pakistani Envoy Meets With Separatists

    India called off planned talks with Pakistan on Monday after Pakistan's top diplomat in New Delhi met with separatist leaders from Kashmir in defiance of an Indian warning, officials here said.

  • Model Who Worked with Top Designers Missing in New York

    Model Who Worked with Top Designers Missing in New York

    Ataui Deng, a Sudanese model who has worked with some of the world's top designers, has gone missing in New York, police said on Monday.

  • Sultan of Brunei Denies Report of Bid for Sahara's New York, London Hotels

    Sultan of Brunei Denies Report of Bid for Sahara's New York, London Hotels

    The Journal's website edition reported on Saturday, citing people familiar with the situation, that an investment firm affiliated with Brunei had offered to pay $2 billion for the three hotels, which are currently owned by India's Sahara conglomerate...

  • Sultan of Brunei Denies Report of Bid for New York, London Hotels

    Sultan of Brunei Denies Report of Bid for New York, London Hotels

    A spokesman for the Sultan of Brunei dismissed a report by the Wall Street Journal online that he had made a bid for New York's Plaza Hotel, Dream Hotel and London's Grosvenor House hotel.

  • Conflict Makes Gaza a Home of Refugees

    Conflict Makes Gaza a Home of Refugees

    On Sunday, more than 235,000 people were still crammed into 81 of the United Nations' 156 schools, where classes are supposed to start Sunday.

  • For Data Scientists, Hurdle to Insights Is 'Janitor Work'

    For Data Scientists, Hurdle to Insights Is 'Janitor Work'

    According to estimates, data scientists spend up to 80 percent of their time mired in mundane labor of collecting and preparing unruly digital data.

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